"My heart stopped"- this is what fans of the universe must have thought about Harry Potter when watching the fresh teaser trailer for the sequel to "Fantastic Beasts". It is not surprising if something skipped a beat in your chest, because no matter how good the energetic America of the roaring 20s is (where the action of the first film unfolds), it will never compare with the homely cozy Hogwarts, where we were finally returned.|
The promising trailer for The Crimes of Grindelwald impresses with a successful combination of incredible gloom and spirit of magic, subtle humor and atmosphere of impending war, spectacular special effects and grandiose scenery. However, for everyone who still has tender feelings for the franchise of their childhood, the video will first of all delight the debut of young Albus Dumbledore, played by Jude Law, who was successfully chosen for this role.
The plot of the sequel to "Fantastic Beasts" will unfold in America, France and England. The viewer will be transported overseas to see how the powerful dark wizard Gellert Grindelwald (Johnny Depp) will outwit the Magic Congress that has captivated him and begin to gather supporters in the fight against mudbloods and all non-magical creatures, which he considers to be simply trash. The only one who is able to stop the unforgiving criminal and his henchmen is the director of Hogwarts, Albus Dumbledore (Jude Law). To do this, he turns to his former student Newt Salamander (Eddie Redmayne) for help. The magozoologist agrees to confront the forces of evil, while not even suspecting what the greatest threat to him, his new friends and adored pets is fraught with the task of a mentor.
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It is too early to judge how Jude Law coped with the iconic for the series and important for all its fans role of Dumbledore, but even a short video was able to reflect the essence of the character of this character. Lowe's eyes, movements and manner of speech convey all the wisdom, wit, strength and sense of humor of Albus in a new way. Let's hope that the fantasy writers, again screened by J.K. Rowling and long-time filmmaker David Yates did not fail in working out the story of this hero. In addition to Lowe, a couple of newcomers to the franchise can be seen in the trailer - Zoe Kravitz (Newt's first love, Letha Lestrange) and Callum Turner (Newt's older brother, Theseus Scamander). And, of course, viewers who fell in love with the previous part of the film series will be glad to see the return of Tina Goldstein (Catherine Waterston), her sister Queenie (Alison Sudol),
Prepare your movie calendars - the magic will return to our screens on November 15th.
The Topic of Article: School soon. Teaser trailer for The Crimes of Grindelwald.